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Texas Governor Greg Abbott today issued a new executive order requiring face masks, but with many exceptions, and a proclamation lowering the threshold for outdoor gatherings to 10.
The hot summer days are here, and what better way to cool off in the evening than with a great movie? The library staff has selected a variety of movies for your viewing pleasure and placed them on display – with a twist.
Did you know that the City of Kerrville Parks and Recreation has a joint agreement with Camp Gladiator to provide an opportunity for the community to “Get Outdoors. Be Active. Play.”?
Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s new Executive Order issued Friday morning in response to recent increases in COVID-19 cases across the state have the following effects on Kerr County businesses:
The weather outside has been HOT, and what better way to battle the heat than a nice swim? The Olympic Pool, 601 Olympic Dr., is open this summer every Tuesday through Sunday from 12-6 p.m. until Aug. 14.
The City of Kerrville’s Utility Billing Department is now offering Tyler Notify, a new text communication service that can be utilized by the city to share information regarding utility systems and accounts with customers.
The City of Kerrville's Utility Billing will resume disconnection of services for non-payment for each billing cycle beginning on July 15, 2020. Please review your bill to determine your cycle’s cutoff date.
The City of Kerrville is pleased to announce an updated website page is now available for publicly available maps and data from the city’s geographic information system (GIS).
The City of Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department would like to provide a few friendly reminders regarding responsible social distancing while enjoying the beautiful city parks system and trails.
The City of Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department would like to announce that registration for 2020 summer activities will open Feb. 1.
Are you wondering about all the work done on Kerrville 2050 so far and wondering what’s coming up? Visit the website at www.kerrville2050.com and click on “Progress Report.”
City of Kerrville employees enrolled in the city’s Lean Six Sigma “Greenbelt” program have generated significant cost savings for the city in just the first year of training. Those savings have come from multiple ...
Visit the City of Kerrville public GIS Portal for exploring and downloading GIS data, discovering maps, and engaging to solve important local issues.